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CNC machining: 5 ways to increase it without sacrificing safety

07 July, 2021 by Emily Newton, Editor in Chief, Revolutionized | Supplied by: Revolutionized

Computer numerical control (CNC) equipment can boost output in machine shops. Here are five ways to use it without putting people's safety at unnecessary risk.


Meat processor fined $90K after worker crushed by forklift

29 June, 2021

A meat processing company has been fined $90,000 after a worker was crushed between a forklift and a steel barrier, sustaining nerve damage to his legs.


New South Wales moves to make sustainable farming safer

28 June, 2021

The NSW Government and the Institute for Sustainable Futures are embarking on a research project to understand the safety issues facing New South Wales landholders.


Queensland train driver dies after locomotive and coal train crash

23 June, 2021

A Queensland Rail train driver has died and two others are injured, after a locomotive and coal train collided in Westwood, west of Rockhampton, on 18 June 2021.


'Super' sensors to make conditions safer for miners

21 June, 2021 | Supplied by: University of Southern Queensland

A mechanical engineer has designed sensors that can detect early mechanical issues in oil and gas pipelines, making working conditions safer for miners.


Campaign highlights risk of heavy vehicle collisions in mining

17 June, 2021

The NSW Resources Regulator has conducted a campaign to raise awareness of the risk of collisions involving heavy mining equipment.


Siemens Sicharge electric charging stations for mines

17 June, 2021 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Siemens Australia and Murray Engineering have developed an electric vehicle charging station that can be used both above and below ground in mines.


Image-generating tech boosts construction site safety

10 June, 2021 | Supplied by: Monash University

Monash University researchers have filed a patent for technology that can generate thousands of images of construction machinery to streamline construction safety.


Worker dies after being struck by machinery in Victorian factory

02 June, 2021

A worker suffered head injuries and died after, it is believed, being hit by an attachment on a rubber extrusion machine. It brought the state's toll to 19 for 2021.


Multiple charges laid over NT excavator fatality

26 May, 2021

Five charges have been laid against a company, its director and an employee, over the death of a worker who was crushed by an excavator bucket in 2019.


Sonar: its time to surface

21 May, 2021 by Leighton Haliday, Director, SonaSafe 20/20 | Supplied by: SonaSafe 20/20 Limited

Smarter sensors and better software, delivering increased performance and management capabilities, suggest that sonar technology's time in the sun is now.


Construction worker dies after being struck by overhead boom

19 May, 2021

A worker has died in Victoria after being struck, it is believed, operating a concrete pump and boom. It brought the state's fatality toll to 16 for 2021.


Driving down the risk of falls from vehicles

13 May, 2021

SafeWork SA has urged drivers to report damaged equipment to their employers, after data revealed that falls from trucks caused 18 serious injuries in 2020.


Machinery compliance: ensuring your safety system is up to spec

07 May, 2021 by Matt Turner, Managing Director, Plant Assessor | Supplied by: Plant Assessor

Safety legislation in Australia means that machinery compliance is a mandatory requirement, and for good reason.


NT WorkSafe responds to third forklift incident in four weeks

04 May, 2021

NT WorkSafe has issued a safety alert, after inspectors attended the fourth forklift incident in three weeks.


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